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Cramps, spotting, constipation after periods. Had endometrial biopsy. Something alarming?

I just went for my three month check - up (had suragery a year ago) and everything was fine. I finished my mensies less than 10 days ago. Why am I feeling a slight cramp , slight spotting I was even constipated for a day or two? I recorded this so that wehn I see my doctor in June (for my actual well woman checkup) I can tell him about it. I have had an endometrial biopsy before (about 2-3 years ago) and everything was fine. Is this something I need to be alarmed by?
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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Hi I am Dr.D.Karthiga Sasi Kumar from Pondicherry
Welcome to Health Care Magic. I understand your concern.
I am not clear about the kind of surgery you had an year ago, Since you had finished your periods 10 days ago,this could be a normal phenomenon if you are having ovulation.This ovulation also causes cramping pain, spotting, vomitting etc.,.If this continues more than couple of days kindly get examined by the gynaecologist.
Hope this answer satisfies your query.
Feel free to consult me in future if necessary .

Thank you.
Answered: Sat, 19 Apr 2014
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